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Synonyms for groundsman

someone who maintains the grounds (of an estate or park or athletic field)

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THE Olympics might be over, but Coventry groundsman John Ledwidge has picked up gold for the city.
We've always said that the job the groundsman does is fantastic.
Cardiff is a reverse-swing ground, but there is a slight concern that the groundsman has gone.
Chapman, right, said: "I dedicate this to everyone from the groundsman up to the board for supporting everything we've done.
CREWE winger Dean Morgan thanked Gillingham's groundsman for helping Alex to this win.
Wakefield, who is head groundsman at Kidderminster Victoria CC, was runnerup (to Scarborough) in the 'outgrounds category' for the award of groundsman of the year.
McWilliams said: 'I'm a supervisor at Glasgow Green and will offer my services to the groundsman if it helps him get the park ready.
At Newcastle this is the responsibility of Head Groundsman Ian Storey and his team.
I would happily play cricket for as long as I can, but that might jeopardise my career as a groundsman.
Ryan Powell, 24, has won the Rigby Taylor/Top Green Young Groundsman of the Year Award at the Institute of Groundsmanship (IOG) Industry Awards.
GLAMORGAN will wait until the end of the season before confirming arrangements for the appointment of a Head Groundsman to replace Keith Exton at the SSE SWALEC.
GLAMORGAN have announced they have parted company with groundsman Keith Exton.
A SECONDARY school was put in lockdown yesterday after an airgun pellet was fired at a groundsman and armed police were called.
THE North Riding County Football Association is now accepting nominations for the FA Groundsman of the Year Awards 2014/15.
This image of a spectre close to screens is, says former groundsman Trevor Townsend, hard evidence to back claims wicket - sorry, wicked - spirits roam Harborne Cricket Club.